Skagerak Talk 13.11.18

with Haruki Murakami's "Killing Commendatore"


There are limited seats for this event, secure your spot by sending an e-mail to indiakaj@skagerak.dk – a confirmation will be sent back to you by mail.


We want to invite you to our talk, which will be held at Skagerak Store, Indiakaj 2. You will meet Mette Holm, who has been devoted to Japan for 35 years, and for the past years, she has translated the world-famous Haruki Murakami books into Danish.

This evening she will tell us about her meetings with the Japanese author and about his new novel "Killing Commendatore", in collaboration with journalist and bookseller Rikke Viemose.

The whole evening will be in Japanese spirit and includes a small tea ceremony with Sing Tehus at 6pm. The talk will be from 7pm to 8pm - afterwards you will be able to take a look around Skagerak Store.

Tuesday the 13th November – 6:00pm to 08:30pm at Indiakaj 2, 2100 København Ø. This event is free and will be held in Danish.

There are limited seats for this event, secure your spot by sending an e-mail to indiakaj@skagerak.dk – a confirmation will be sent back to you by mail.

We are looking forward to a fantastic evening!

Skagerak Talk

On the corner of Kalkbrænderihavnsgade and Indiakaj lies Skageraks historic design house, which was built in 1906 as a post and telegraph house for Copenhagen's freeport. Today, Skagerak Store operates as a boutique and showroom, and sets the framework for the Skagerak Talk concept, which is designed to give you a diverse experience of the house and its designs.